We’re pleased to inform our readers that the Sports Law and Policy Centre (SLPC), Bangalore is organising the third edition of the SLPC Symposium on August 02-03, 2019 at the Bangalore International Centre. For further details of the event, please read the post below:
The Sports Law & Policy Symposium 2019
Bangalore International Centre
August 02 – 03, 2019
The Sports Law & Policy Centre, Bengaluru, (www.sportslaw.in), powered by LawNK and the GoSports Foundation, is organising the third edition of the Sports Law & Policy Symposium in Bangalore, India over the course of two days, August 02 and 03, 2019 at the Bangalore International Centre. Since the first edition of the Symposium in 2017, each year, the Symposium highlights emerging concerns in the domain of sports law and policy in India, and encourages deeper engagement in the issues to benefit the Indian sports eco-system.
In the context of the increasing role of data in sport; as a monetizable commodity, as a platform for fan engagement and as an instrument for objective analysis, the 2019 edition of the Symposium will focus on “Data in Sport”, and also engage with the following themes/subjects – Football Laws, Politics, Human Rights, Hyperandrogenism and India’s Sporting Transformation.
The Symposium will feature presentations, seminars and interactive sessions involving leading legal practitioners, administrators, regulators and industry experts across the sporting spectrum, from India and overseas.
More details about the event and past editions of the SLPC Symposium can be found at http://sportslaw.in/home/symposium/.
About the SLPC
The SLPC is an independent think-tank focused on interdisciplinary research, scholarship, education and institutional support for public and private enterprises in areas relating to legal, policy and ethical issues affecting amateur and professional sports in India. The Symposium is SLPC’s annual flagship conference, and represents SLPC’s continuing commitment to thought leadership in India by bringing together leading sports law practitioners, sports policy experts, in-house counsel, researchers, academicians, sports administrators, NGOs and students in India to exchange and share their experiences and learnings on various aspects of the law and policy relating to sports in India.